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Student Organizations

 American Institute of Chemical Engineers

The Tuskegee University Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers promotes the professional development of

it’s members by its programs and by its relations with other student chapters and with the parent body, the American Institute of

Chemical Engineers, and contributes to the development at Tuskegee University through activities involving the faculty and student


2019-2020 Officers

President:                    JLexus Bass

Vice President:            Aleya Fitzgerald

Treasurer:                    Makynzi Watson

Secretary                     JaLa Brown


Historian                      Ciera Grimsley

Outreach Chair            Kelim Clark

Mr. AIChE                    Cornelius Mayfield

Omega Chi Epsion

PURPOSE: To give recognition and to promote high scholarship, original investigation, and professional service in chemical


ELIGIBILITY: Active membership is limited to chemical engineering juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Juniors must have

                      completed three hours of chemical engineering course work and be in the upper one-fourth of their class. Seniors

                      must be in the upper one-third of their class. Graduate students must have completed nine hours of chemical

                      engineering courses. All those elected must have traits and characteristics of leadership that make them likely to

                      succeed as professional engineers. Associate membership consists of professors or other members of the staff of the

                      institution who have shown noteworthy achievement in chemical engineering.

2019-2020 Officers

President:                    Kamaria Buchanan      

Vice President:           Tiara Dean  

Secretary:                   DaNielle Green   

Treasurer:                   Alesha Webb  

Historian:                    Asia Bradford  


Senator Proxy:              

Events Coordinator:  

Mentorship Chair:      JLexus Bass